Africa’s Path to 2063: Choice in the Face of Great Transformation is a report researched and written by the Pardee Center’s Jonathan D. Moyer, David K. Bohl, and Taylor Hanna, in collaboration with Ibrahim Mayaki and Martin Bwalya from New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), the technical arm of the African Union.
Invited by the African Union and launched in February, 2019 at the 32nd African Union Summit and the 37th. Session of NEPAD Heads of State and Government Orientation Committee Meeting. the report uses IFs to take a long-term, macro, and integrated approach to thinking about four transformations already taking place in Africa: demography, human development and inequality, technology, and the environment. The analysis seeks to inform policy, investment, and development choices for Africa’s pursuit of Agenda 2063 and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
How to cite this report:
Moyer, J.D., Bohl, D.K., Hanna, T., Mayaki, I. and Bwalya, M. (2018). Africa’s path to 2063: Choice in the face of great transformation. Denver, CO and Midrand, Johannesburg: Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency